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17-Year-Old Phenom Cooper Flagg Impresses Against NBA Stars in Team USA Scrimmage



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17-year-old basketball prodigy Cooper Flagg showcased his immense talent in a recent Team USA scrimmage, leaving a lasting impression on NBA stars.

Flagg, who recently committed to Duke, stood out among his select team peers during the scrimmage against Team USA’s Olympic roster.

The young forward’s performance drew praise from Orlando Magic coach Jamahl Mosley, highlighting Flagg’s versatility, basketball IQ, and fearlessness on the court.

Hailing from Maine, Flagg’s parents, including his father Ralph, witnessed his remarkable display against seasoned NBA veterans like LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

Despite his initial awe, Flagg quickly adjusted and showcased his competitive spirit, earning the respect of his older counterparts.

In a tense game, Flagg’s assertiveness and skill were on full display as he went toe-to-toe with NBA stars, including a memorable sequence against Anthony Davis.

Flagg’s standout performance did not go unnoticed, with NBA players like Devin Booker acknowledging his determination and passion for the game.

Coaches and players alike lauded Flagg’s composure and work ethic, with Detroit Pistons’ Jalen Duren praising his fearless approach to the scrimmage.

As Flagg continues to hone his skills, the basketball world eagerly anticipates his potential impact in future competitions, including a potential spot in the FIBA World Cup team.

With his eyes set on a successful collegiate season with the Duke Blue Devils, Flagg’s star continues to rise as the top prospect in the Class of 2024.

Rachel Adams

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